Milan will make an announcement on the future of coach Carlo Ancelotti on Monday amid speculation of a move to Chelsea.
Ancelotti is the favourite to replace acting manager Guus Hiddink at Chelsea, with reports suggesting the Italian will be appointed next week.
The former Milan midfielder has one year left on his contract and doubts over his future at the San Siro have increased after he was criticised by owner Silvio Berlusconi last week.
Milan can seal automatic qualification for next season’s UEFA Champions League by beating Roma on Sunday.
“I hope to say something on Monday because it will mean we have achieved direct qualification,” said the club’s chief officer Adriano Galliani.
The rumours of a switch to Chelsea have sparked speculation over who could replace Ancelotti at Milan, with former striker Marco van Basten mooted as a leading candidate.
Galliani added: “I have never spoken to any coaches and I challenge anyone to show the contrary.
“We have never thought about any (other) coaches. Let’s allow the championship to finish and we’ll see.”